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Is the Waterfox homepage borked or is it just me ?
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New site — ok. New WF — ...? rolleyes.gif
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New website looks very clean!
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The new site of WF is lousy. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif. wth.gif
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Actually it's simple and clean now, I like it. smile.gif
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simple, clean, small and compact. Definitely love the new website, now just need to wait for the new update :C
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I like the new website layout. All that's missing is a link to this discussion...
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The new site is much better - looks more professional and clean. But why all that div's - Waterfox can do html5 without any problems smile.gif
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

The new site is much better - looks more professional and clean. But why all that div's - Waterfox can do html5 without any problems smile.gif
Divs are still part of HTML5 and should be used for reasons of presentation whilst all other block elements (such as section) should be used appropriately.

True, though, the Waterfox site isn't really HTML5 tongue.gif

The design is just the pidgin website re-coloured though (says so in the meta tags). Hope it's not breaking any copyrights and I hope the new Waterfox design wasn't paid for. redface.gif
Edited by HanFox - 10/18/12 at 10:00am
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Divs are still part of HTML5 and should be used for reasons of presentation whilst all other block elements (such as section) should be used appropriately.
True, though, the Waterfox site isn't really HTML5 tongue.gif
The design is just the pidgin website re-coloured though (says so in the meta tags). Hope it's not breaking any copyrights and I hope the new Waterfox design wasn't paid for. redface.gif

Hi there guys, the new website has a doc type of XHTML 1.1, not HTML5, so technically it wasn't meant to be HTML5, as there is no need, but this could be a quick change at a later date if we choose to go that route.

While it may be true that the design is based off of pidgin, it is completely customized, I did this project for free and we did discuss what could work, when we compared what layouts seem to work and what we like, we decided the pidgin website does a pretty good job at presenting the software, although their website could use some updating on the CSS side of things, I've made sure every little nook and cranny of the website had some good visual representation and there were no errors. A majority (mostly all re-written) of the CSS is custom to the Waterfox website, such as the web colors, PHP server-side scripting, JavaScript scripting, Twitter counter, logos, backgrounds, news, footer etc. and the commenting is using a social trend called Disqus, the news uses the FusionNews system.

The images were edited in Adobe Photoshop and made uniformly consistent with the theme of the new website, and some logos and sprites were added, believe it or not, this took dedicated amounts of work.

Also mainly all the old links are 301'd to the new pages, so I'm sure some of you saw broken things when I was doing that.

No worries about the licensing, we talked to the fellas at pidgin thumb.gif

I'll probably be adding a donation button to the website sometime in the future, Alex is also really busy.
Edited by ipollesion - 10/18/12 at 10:39am
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